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down here, and it is john weisman. who is he? >> guest: he is the co-author of the book, and actually, he is the man responsible to a great extent for the book, because he was the one who convinced me to write my autobiography. c-span: why did he care? >> guest: well, he saw me testify in congress, and at the beginning he told me that he thought it was a great novel, and then he went back and he thought that it was a very good story to tell, and he finally got through, by a common friend that we had, to be able to convince me -- it took him about six months to convince me to write the book. i think one of the factors that contributed most to that was what i had to go through, and my family had to go through, with senator kerry's committee, and i thought it was a good idea then to write the book and set the record straight on that account. c-span: when was the first time you ever told anybody that you worked for the cia, outside of your family, in other words, publically? >> guest: well, after i retired, i retired openly, so when i retired, i could tell people that i worked for the cia
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